Are stains on your clothes making your life difficult?
Tired of them still being present despite several machine washes?
Fortunately, white vinegar is there to help you make them go away completely, and all naturally.
You will be able to easily remove coffee, soda, jam stains, but also grass, rust and even perspiration stains.
Nothing will resist you anymore! Discover 5 white vinegar tips to be 100% effective against stains:
1. Against everyday stains
The first thing to do so that the most common stains do not encrust your clothes permanently, is to act on them as quickly as possible!
If you act within 24 hours, you have a good chance of removing the stain in question.
Then, to easily get rid of the most common stains such as coffee, tea, fruit juices, sodas, beer, jam, tomato sauce …
… but also barbecue stains, bolognese sauce, vomit, blood, bird droppings and other birds, so do this.
First, wet the area with soda water and then rub the stain with white vinegar.
Use a little washing up liquid or soap with a little lukewarm water.
Finally, put your garment in the washing machine, adding 2 glasses of white vinegar to the wash cycle.
If the above process still leaves some stubborn marks, soak your garment in a basin with a solution of 3 parts white vinegar to 1 part cold water.
Let sit overnight and put your garment in the machine the next day.
2. Against grass stains
Do your toddlers love soccer and are happy to let you know by bringing back clothes full of green spots?
Let’s see how to easily fix the situation with a simple and effective grandma’s recipe!
Prepare a mixture of 1/3 white vinegar and 2/3 water.
Soak the stain with the mixture and rub for a few moments.
Finally, rinse your garment and wash as usual.
There you have it, no need to scold the children after a sports session in the garden!
You now have the herb stain trick in your hands. Check out the trick here.
3. Against rust stains
For all the budding mechanics wanting to get rid of rust stains, this tip is for you.
If you find traces of rust staining your clothes, first soak the area with white vinegar.
Then add fine salt and rub the stain.
Let dry in the sun then put your garment in the washing machine, adding 50 cl of white vinegar to the wash cycle.
So okay, people living in the south have a clear advantage!
But now you know how to easily remove rust spots. Check out the trick here.
4. Against stains on shirt collars
This trick is as much for fans of Bee Gees-style shirts as it is for businessmen.
If you can’t remove the stains from the collars or cuffs, then give this grandma trick a try and you will tell us about the news!
Before putting your shirts or blouses in the machine, rub the stains with a paste made up of 2 parts white vinegar and 3 parts baking soda.
Leave to operate for 30 min and put everything in the machine on a normal washing cycle. You will see a startling result!
Your shirt collars and cuffs are like new and there is no trace! Check out the trick here.
5. Against sweat stains
Here is “THE” Grandma’s tip that everyone wants to permanently eradicate sweat stains from clothes.
It is true that these unpleasant spots are somewhat inelegant …
So to get rid of it, do this now.
The soft formula simply consists of pouring white vinegar on the halos, then rubbing for a few moments then putting the garment in the machine.
If despite this the stains remain encrusted, go hard.
Use a paste with 2 tablespoons of white vinegar and 3 tablespoons of baking soda.
Rub the yellowed areas with it and leave to act for 30 minutes. Then put your clothes in the washing machine.
And there you have it, no more shirts with persistent halos! You can raise your arms again without fear. Check out the trick here.
Bonus: remove candle wax easily
You have decided to have a small candle light dinner with your fiancé (e); everything was fine until you run candle wax all over the tablecloth.
Don’t panic, we tell you how to clean it all up with a grandmother’s recipe.
Take a hair dryer and blow it over the wax to soften it. Once softened, dab the wax with paper towels.
Then dip a cloth in a container made of 50% water and 50% vinegar. Rub the stain with this rag.
Finish the operation by wiping with a soft absorbent cloth.
Have you tried these grandma’s recipes for removing stains from your clothes? Let us know in the comments if it worked for you. We can’t wait to hear from you!
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